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israel and its almost jake movement hamas agreed a cease-fire in the gaza strip. more than 170 palestinians and six israelis died in the fighting. many were traumatized including children. >> reporter: one month into the cease-fire resentment against israel runs deep in gaza strip. militants are showing wreckage of a car in which a hamas commander was killed during an air strike. they are also displaying pictures of women and children who were killed or injured in the violence. >> translator: this exhibition is meant to show the barbaric action of israel against women and children. >> reporter: hamas leaders have presented the cease-fire as a concession imposed on israel. tens of thousands of their supporters gathered to celebrate in early december. >> translator: the armed struggle against israel is our path to freedom. >> reporter: a new perfume called m-75 has hit the stands selling more than 2,000 bottles. it's named after the rockets fired by militants against israeli citizens. >> translator: i'm proud that our rockets can target israel in naming a perfume after them was a
to be sooner than the american, because israel doesn't have the ability to penetrate those bunkers that the iranians have buried their nuclear program in. for israel they think if there's going to be a deal made, iran has to feel real pressure, the credible threat of some kind of strike coming either from the united states or from israel. so over the next couple of weeks and months you're going to see a lot of saber rattling out of israel about a possible strike on iran. and also keep this inind, heather, israeli elections are just three weeks away, and iran is always a good topic to talk about leading up to those especially for prime minister netanyahu who has really made the iranian issue one of his signature issues. heather: let's hope we with end up with option three. thank you so much, leland vittert, reporting live from jerusalem. rick: a new report coming out that sheds new light on what may have led to the shifting story told by members of the obama administration in the days following the consulate attack. former u.s. ambassador to the u.n. john bolton weighs in live. that
brave or suicidal, maybe some combination of the two, who dared to visit israel on a couple of different occasions and thought iraq had actually normalize relations with israel, for which sentiments he faced attempts to get him in prison, which he successfully beat, and in an iraqi court, he did not however manage to stop extremists who, in 2005, attacked him and his sons and killed his two sons in retaliation for his country and visiting israel. but he was not discouraged and he ran for parliament and you want a seat in 2005. but i remember being with him in his living room in baghdad in 2008. .. about this with emma scott, one of the great experts who was an insider during this period. we did jerry little to stop them especially in 2010 under the obama administration when they took it very hands-off attitude basically saying we are not going to get involved in the outcome of the iraqi political debate. all we care about is having free and fair elections. to my mind, that is a mistake and it's proven to be a mistake in practice, because it's allowed a essentially the elements to seize p
as the relative quiet along the border holds. it's israel's first key concession of a cease-fire made last month. >>> the food and drug administration has approved the first new tuberculosis drug in more than four decades. it's for use with older drugs to fight a hard to treat strain of tuberculosis that has not responded to other medications. >>> members of the motion picture academy has an extra day to vote for oscar nominations. problems with the new electronic oscar voting system, like forgetting passwords, might cause low turnout for nominations. >> there's one milestone we want to mention, considering the general dissatisfaction americans feel for air travel despite the cost and the sheer hassle, the fact is 2012 is in the record books as the safest year for air travel ever. not just in this country, around the world. nbc's tom costello reports. >> reporter: the numbers speak volumes. every day worldwide, there are 93,000 commercial airline flights. 3 billion passengers a year. and yet not a single fatal commercial airline accident in the u.s. in nearly four years. worldwide, 2012 is going
and will be and to get things going i have seen you put in some years of service in telea eve and familiar with israel's politics you can get into san francisco's politics and i brought this and i know senator will say something as well and we want to congratulate you and all of our italian american community as we kickoff the year of italian culture in the united states and we look forward to joining hands with you to make it as successful as possible. >> thank you very much. [applause] >> all right. and please consider me one of "us". >> thank you very much. and bona tale. i asked senator leno how do you think they say happy chanukkah in italian? and he said mozel tough and i am glad to be here and i am proud to be an italian american and it's been an important part of my identity. i believe i have the soul in my heart. [applause] . so there you are. and i remember my grandfather saying when he came over on the boat he was told the streets of america were paved with gold and found out there were no streets and he had to do the paving, and i think the strongest part of our culture is "the fami
bring the children of israel out of egypt? so he said i will certainly be with you, and this shall be a sign to you that i have sent you. when you have brought the people out of egypt, you shall serve god on this mountain. then moses says to god, indeed, when i come to the children of israel and i say to them, the god of your fathers has sent me to you, and they say to me, what is his name, what shall i say to them? and god says to moses, i am that i am. and he said, thus, you shall say to the children of israel, i am has sent me to you. this is my name forever and this is my memorial to all generations. my name is i am that i am. now every single time that you use the words, i am you are citing the name of god, right from the holiest books. and every time you say the words, i am weak, i am poor, i am unlucky, i am unhappy, i am sick, i am unable to attract into my life what you want, you are desecrating the name of god. god did not say, i will be. my name is, i hope things work out well. my name is, maybe things will show up that i wanted, but possibly not. he s
of * . it's like israel building in the west bank. * without, you know, stepping over their bounds. we need to make this city more beautiful and more lovely, not industrialized. i would like to see a cable car coming down columbus avenue. that is what we love. that is what we want. that is what i want. i want to keep this neighborhood the way it was when i came here 28 years ago, gentle, beautiful people, talking on corners, turning everyone into smilers, making happiness. this is not a happy situation at all. look at gentrification at fisherman's wharf. this is a dictator's plan. everything, this plan for muni and i love muni above ground. i love riding it. it's a terrific service. i love to see the chinese people and everyone else doing their thing. and i want to do it better and more magical. let's keep the magic in north beach and work out something through brainstorming with everyone about what it's going to make it better for san francisco and the [speaker not understood] of san francisco. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> lotus yee fong, glendina farley, [speaker not understood]
fighting in israel and gaza. to the deadly 9/11 attack in libya. >> it is tragic that he died because it is a city he helped to save. >> now at 6:00, in through knobs in the showdown over the fiscal cliff. >> i'm kris van cleave, house g.o.p. lead rers meeting now. will they come up with an answer to the senate bill? we'll find out. >> same-sex couples say i do in maryland. but that is not only the change you can expect in 2013. >> are changes in store for our weather in 2013. steve rudin updates his full forecast now at 6:00. >> this is abc 7 breaking news. >> house republicans are meeting again at this hour -- the struggles in the house. but tonight's top republican leaders say they don't support the bill that is on the table and right now those house republican leaders meeting on the bill. this could be the first day where we could see taxes go up and big deep spending cuts kick in. >> a showdown between democrats and republicans come hours after the senate votes on the measure. >>
don't give a darn, you can have it. >> here is your ball. neil: here is something that israel is the economy. it's a very bad, that business that pawnshops -- well, he says everyone is coming in lately and even richfolks. that's what our next guest says. >> she left calmly, because she hano option. when we can't take your pond item, we can help you. it started with her in it resonated on to me. we don't want to be disrespectful. when you disrespect us, we act accordingly. neil: you act a little scare away. what is going on here? you know, we are hearing so much about wedding rings and engagement rings and everything. we have seen an uptick in people that make a lot of money what average folks are telling you, showing you, palming onto you, tell us about the economy. >> we have merchandise which is up online, with the other one is for redeeming merchandise. the economy is good. our sales floor is busier. our palm lines are longer and we are taking in a lot more merchandise. right now it's getting a little bit better. people are working desperately to get to work. people just ne
with israel, or the deployment of military forces for purposes of national security. the americans have been there for 150 years giving to the region in much more practical and beneficial ways for the people of the region, and not just for us. that's why i wrote the book. i wanted them to know that, and i wanted the american people to know that story. >> host: who was malcolm, and what what happened to him? >> guest: a professor of science at ucla who left the year before i arrived to work on my ph.d.. he grew up in beirut. his patients were on the faculty at aub, and though he made a very distinguished career for himself in the united states as a score lar of the middle east, he went home in the early 80s to lead the school during a period of particularly difficult times when beirut fractured due to the civil war and the israeli incursion of 1892, the city a mess, the school under assault, in a lot of personal danger, but he believed that going back and running the school and providing an example of leadership at a time of crisis was the best thing to do for the institution that he loved, a
happier with 400 and 450. steve israel was on your network earlier today. he said as much, it is nice to give it as a concession, but i frankly wanted it to be a higher level. diane feinstein said the same thing, chuck schumer, there is a huge amount of democrats that don't want taxes to kind of rise on this upper middle class that makes between 200 and $400,000, this is the circle they run with. this is not a cave, a kind of fake cave in that sense. >> okay, well, "huffington post" chief, ryan grim, thank you. >> thank you. >> we'll be back on the apparent deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. you are watching "msnbc" the place for politicings milissa e . >>> welcome back to "msnbc" coverage of the plan on the fiscal cliff. the nation is scheduled to go off the cliff at midnight, eastern time. the senate bill is being worked on right now. and lawmakers may try to vote on it sometime tonight. the house, meanwhile, is scheduled to remain adjourned until noon tomorrow. house minority leader nancy pelosi released a statement just minutes ago saying in part "when a final agreement is reached a
but i'll have the congressman speak for himself. this is steve israel, congressman from new york. and the chairman of the democratic congressional campaign committee. why you've seen him a lot on cnn, in charge of electing democrats in the last cycle and this coming cycle as well. let's answer the question that deb just asked, which is, tell us what the vice president told you all. >> well, he was evangelical, converting a bunch of skeptics. i think he's persuaded our caucus that there are pieces of this deal that everybody can dislike. but going off this cliff is something that no one can accept. and while everybody would prefer improvements, nobody can get the deal that he got. and that the president got. so we're at a moment of truth. we have to get this done. and he let the caucus feeling that we need to get this done. >> reporter: now, again, you're talking about the democratic vice president talking to a group of democrats, happened to be evangelical talking to a group of skeptics. >> there were a few members who have concerns about pieces of this. as the vice president sai
congressman israel, jen saki, president obama's and diane swonk, what all of this will mean for your paycheck and debt and deficits in this country. >> the fiscal cliff deal not done at all. stay with cnn all day for the developing news on the fiscal cliff, we have a big house vote perhaps as this bill gets to the floor. as we say good-bye to 2012 thank you to all the people behind the scenes who make "starting point" possible. happy new year, everyone. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ should all acquaintance be forgot
to israel, robbins said, "made me proud to be a jew something i had always rejected." he had long wanted leonard bernstein to collaborate on a ballet based on the "dybbuk" by s. ansky, a yiddish drama of star-crossed love in which a young girl is possessed by the soul of her dead beloved. jowitt: lincoln kirstein and george balanchine were not interested in "dybbuk," and they hurt his feelings quite badly by saying, "you'd better be doing that for a folk company." narrator: by the 1970s, however, balanchine and kirstein had warmed to the idea. but all did not go smoothly. jerry and lenny were finding it very difficult to work together. by the mid-70s i don't think he really could collaborate effectively. ultimately he would analyze it to death and there would be nothing left. i think he got cold feet. maybe he was afraid to be as jewish as he needed to be. robbins: i wanted to do a very hard diamond of a ballet and lenny wanted to do a big, dramatic thing. and we never got together on that. he was so under mr. balanchine's abstract shadow. robbins: i don't think it wor
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